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. and bridget is helping me with the bike plan and doing 56 projects that we will analyze and in that analysis, we will look at the aspect of parking. and there is no hard-and-fast rule that says, biking lane in and parking out. and it's not that simple, and i situation at scott, i live close to that and that's not way we will approach bike lanes as a rule in the city. >> i would like to know how new york city managed to bar right turn on reds. and i understand that the fed's have a requirement. and to get back to that. is there any way that another city can get rid of right turns on red? >> someone may know that answer, i don't think they ever allowed right turns on red. and the hold that the fed's have over the states is the money. and that's all i know. someone needs to do research on this. but we have the ability to individually change right turn on red. you are allowed to ban at a given intersection, you start small and work big. >> i red -- read and the fed's and they came into new york and they didn't have the requirement of right turn and wanted to know how they did that. >> maybe the
of sustainable streets is here. bridget smith, who heads up our sustainable streets effort, and she is doing a fine job. she has a great team of people working with her. another individual i need to bring up to speak to you today is our chairman of the mta, chairman tom nolan. [applause] >> good afternoon. i'm very proud to be here on behalf of the board of directors, joined with our distinguished vice chair. tomorrow, if the board of supervisors votes correctly, we will have a new chair, so we are very proud to report of the -- part of this. our board has had to do some very difficult things, had to make some really tough decisions in terms of budgeting, in terms of service, all kinds of things, but we are proud of what we have been able to achieve. i want to tell you that this was not hard for any member of our board. our board was unanimously supported every step of the way through, working with others in the city to make this great day happen. on behalf of all of our board, very proud to be part of this, and we look forward to the events coming shortly to make this plan a reality for all
provided programs that have helped whatever stageyou are. >> bridget, you were 12 at the time and you're now 21. how well do you remember your father? >> tt's kind of hard. s old you can't re's bmember much. it's been nine years now. so the meries kind of yfade. but my family and i like to keep my dad's memory alive by telling stories abou him and remembering him. >> did tuesday's children help you through the s? grieving process? absolutely. ealsnt through the helping program. we went to costa rica and did a community service project and basically it's the idea that by doing community service and helping other people you help yourself and help yourself through that grieving process. >> , erin -- >> it really did work. >> erin, what's your message to children who have lossm parents to terrorism? not just 9/11 but terrorism. >> i would say that this isn't the one event that's goingo define your life. soofte ten i would go day to da thinking i wastigmatized by the fact that i lost my dad on such a national catastrophe. i think i woul just say to other children who have loste a loved on
blocks and not a single merchant went out of business life on board street. bridget went out of business like onboard street. when we started there were six small stores on ocean avenue. [tone] is that my time? supervisor avalos: that is your time. we can grant to another moment. >> i will be great -- i will be brief. the judge over the courthouse was talking and talking, i had to come in late. anyways, the property owners that i represent along ocean avenue, for example this morning we did not know about this meeting until three days ago. i do not mean to be contentious with the people promoting this, but they could do a lot better job at sending out notices and tending -- telling us all. we did not know which you doing this morning except to come here. i think that they need to do a better job of sending out notices and conferring with us. we are listening to what they say but this is basically about proposition 218, where you have to follow certain procedures. we are watching. if the other side does not meet and talk with us to follow the required procedures, we will do what we can to
is sex. western virginia turns beside the terps. bridget robinson is sacked. >>> big scare early for virginia tech against carolina. east carolina, second quarter, va tech on top. east carolina came back. it fit. here come the hokies. look at this. play of the game. dominic davis back to pass, interception. clear sailing. it breaks and other tackle. somehow he stays in bounds. a touchdown, 68 yard intercut -- interception touchdown. i>>> navy and action tonight, under the lights in louisiana. navy's quarterback, floats set up, touchdown. tied at 13-13. late in the third quarter, the backup freshman chris procter running the show. he keeps it himself. rumbles and for the score. the navy comes back home with a victory. 37-26. >>> other local teams in action, georgetown puts together a good season, running into a tough yale team and they lose. howard loses to florida a&m. >>> the washington redskins will come a very powerful houston texans team with a poem and balanced offense along with a very tough the offensive unit. that means the redskins offense which struggled, and that is a
to shut down temporarily not even the city's most famous what bridget famous landmark has been scared, the basement of the empire state building. why is new york city such a breeding ground for these tests? scientists think that they may be been carried by tourists and that the creatures have become more resistant to modern pest controls. one thing is for sure, they are spreading. >> it has to do with trucking. they are hitching rides into offices and stores. >> new yorkers hope that when the weather cools down, bedbugs will die out. meanwhile, authorities are searching for ways to exterminate these unwelcome guests. >> enough to make you want to scratch, is it not? if you have views on that story or any other you have seen today, but love to hear from you on bbc.com, our facebook page, any way that you like, you can follow me on twitter, i would love to hear from you. that is about it for this edition of "gmt." coming up later on "pc world news america, close both the growing problem of obesity in china. that is on "bbc world news america." stay with us right here on "bbc world news,
hours on the pulse of enactment of the tough immigration law, but the moral bridget: and a tory candidates in many states are following that line of thinking. >> it is encouraging to think that people and the arizona desert are not being be headed only shot. i'm sure that as an improvement under security in the circumstances. it is clear that we are headed for a wave election. the most important number is the generic ballot. you ask people will vote democratic or republican and the spread is 10% republicans which is the largest spread in 68 years. ronald reagan was a democrat at the time. >> a recent gallup polls of the outlook for democratic candidates is more bleak than 1994 and 2006. the pot -- the president's popularity is in the 40% percentile. >> people are supporting it because it is cheap. big deal. everybody knows that this case will go to the supreme court are we will find out what is possible that. >> jonathan martin looks at three senate races. as the president's popularity continues to attack, what is the chance of all the democrats getting knocked off? >>russ feing
pretty great. >> that's happening on cbs tom selleck, donnie wahlberg along with actress bridget moynahan, look they are in the studio. >> hello! [ cheering ] >> i saw -- i've seen the first episode of "blue bloods" getting great reviews. it's really, good really, really good. >> well, with that cast -- >> no kidding. it premieres tonight on cbs. >> first let's check the news, mr. jeff glor is inside at the news desk. >> thank you very much. a flooding emergency in the midwest this morning flag flooding forced hundreds of people in southern minnesota and wisconsin to leave their homes. poly wagner of our minneapolis station is in owatonna, minnesota this morning with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. both governors have declared emergencies in large parts of the state. we are here in southern minnesota where folks spent all day yesterday and a good portion of the night battling the rising water. >> everybody is pulling together. everybody knows, you know, it's help everybody. whoever needs help gets the help. >> reporter: the heavy rain triggered high-rising, fast movin
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. >> on the question how to get bumps on your street. bridget smith will be happy to work with you on that. widening the sidewalks to negligent bikes, i completely agree we want to take care of the lanes and that's an issue we've discussed a lot. reckon hillary and how wide the streets should be and how much space needed for bicyclists and traffic in general. >> regarding the speed bumps we have applications in the back by traffic calming that people can pick up today and let us know about your needs to let you know. >> this gentlemen had his and up next. >> mr. mcclain, walker from the sunset district. there's an idea cranking around in my mind for some time and it's about a teachable moment and it's when the driver becomes a pedestrian and that moment happens in a very concentrated way when they have to put money in the meter and i wanted to suggest that and i'm sure there's all kinds of rules against doing this, but put little traffic pedestrian, driver rules in plain english, not fancy ordinance language right on the meter so they're confronted with one rule on one meter and one rule on anoth
's why we set an example, and we model the behavior. when we jump out in front of the car, and bridget reminds me and it's a red light and don't cross. and i am thinking, that's how i raised my chidz -- kids in the city and i told them you stop on red. and the pedestrians are the most vulnerable of the modes and who are more vulerinable are the children and seniors. >> and one element of this picture of creating a good environment for pedestrians and transits is bus stops. and that's it's vital part of the planning process. and from my old days at muni and we placed bus stops through the neighborhood arbitrarily based on criteria that no one understands but to get a bus stop to change or relocate, these are all challenges. and as hope as this process goes forward and look at integrating the processes and tep and other projects but integrate the challenge and looking at a bigger picture of how bus stops can create a good environment for pedestrians or create a poorer environment for pedestrians, especially those who just are about to board or deboard our busses, and now are going to be
and to enforce that, and there are a lot of great ideas out of today. >> thanks bridget, we will wrap up at 3:30 and we will have time between that and 4 to enjoy refreshments. >> susan king, and two quick thoughts on sidewalk parking and with walk san francisco, we put fliers on cars and on sidewalks and says, sidewalks are for walking and this creates an awareness, and the people get really pissed off at you, but it's something and they feel entitled to park the sidewalk. and speeding, cars are driving faster and fasters and there are should be no place in this city where the speed limit is more than 25 miles per hour. people expect to drive quickly and they cut through neighborhoods because the main arteries are too slow and they have the expectation that you can drive 35 miles in the city and you can't do that now. >> anyone want to address the next speaker? >> -- corridors where people are not required to use an automobile. and yet the too biggest transportation corridors through the area, 16th street and partrero avenue and the requirements increased and housing lowers and it goes agai
of -- we will look at this idea of negative registration. >> bridget smith. i am with the sfmta. we want to think the grand jury for highlighting these important issues. we have been working on projects to improve bicycling and other street projects. i cannot emphasize enough that the bike plan was recently adopted and to make changes at this early time in the process would be difficult. i think a lot of the recommendations we have gotten from the civil grand jury can be addressed in the current bike plan. we can go over that point by point if you like, or we can leave it at that for now and respond to questions later about how we believe we can address a lot of our portion to the bike plan that exists. chairperson mar: i think after public comment more of a back and forth at that time. >> thank you for inviting us to keep the continuing discussion going on. chairperson mar: thank you. >> i am the captain with the traffic company. we responded with a letter to the presiding judge with a response on each one of the items. we would be glad to take any questions and answers. chairperson mar
along with actress bridget moynihan. there they are. they're in the studio. >> hello. >> i saw -- i've seen the first episode of "blue blood" getting great reviews. it's really really good. no kidding. that premieres tonight right here on cbs. >> first, let's check the news. mr. jeff glor is inside at the newsdesk, good morning, jeff. >> maggie thank you very much. >>> good morning, everyone. a flooding emergency in the midwest this morning. flash flooding forced hundreds in southern minnesota and wisconsin to leave their homes. polly wagner of our station wcco is in owatonna this morning. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, jeff. both governors of wisconsin and here in minnesota declared emergencies in large parts of the state. we are here in southern minnesota where folks spent all day yesterday and a good portion of the night battling the rising water. everybody >> everybody is pulling together. it's helped for everybody. whoever needs help gets help. >> reporter: the heavy rain from the fast-moving water that knocked out roadways and inundated homes. flo
of the attacks. two of the members, erin and bridget lost their father, john, in the world trade center on 9/11. how tuesday's children helped em cope while growing up. chairman david wheel explains the commitment. >> it was started in the wake of 9/11 by family members actually sitting in the audience or the congregation of a funeral service for one of the families. the priest asked who is going to stand up for the children of 9/11 and see them through adulthood and people in the congregation stood up and some of them were the founders of 9-11. our mission is to see our children straight through all the way to adulthood. we are th last remaining charity that is still viscerally connect and committed to seein our kids become fully functioning members of y societ. >> you are 25 now, the oldest of seven kids, but youere 16hen the attacks happened. how has tuesday's children helped you as you have grown into adulthood? >> it really managed to make it a seamls transition whether or not you are still grieving or ready to move forward. they provided programs that helped you at whatever stage you
stage you are. >> bridget, you're 21 now but you were only 12 at the time and how well do you remember your father? >> that's kind of hard. at 12 years old you n't really remember much. it's been nine years now also the memories kind of fade, but my family and i like to keep my dad's memory alive telling stories about him and just remembering him. >> did tuesday's children help you through the grieving process? >> absolutely. i went through the helping heals program. we went to custer rica and did mmunity service project. basically it's the idea that by doing community service and helping other people you help yourself andelp yourself through that grieving process. it really did work. >> it did. what's your message to children who have lost parents to terrorism? not just 9/11 but to terrorism? >> i would say that this isn't thone event that's going to define your life. so often i wou goo da to day thinking that i sby wastigmatiz by the fact that i lost my dad on such a natural catastrophe. and i think that i would just say to other children who have lost a loved one in an act of terro
stashed at the laurel home of bellard's brother, wayland brother's wife bridget is dawn brooks' sister. so he's accused of murdering his brother's niece and nephew. it remains unclear whether the state's attorney will seek the death penalty in this case. new law requires dna connected to the crime or videotape of the crime being committed or a videotape confession for this to be a capital murder case. there is an equipment malfunction and it leaves the question as to how much of gilmer's confession was actually recorded. >>> dc's top mayoral candates went head to head today in a debate. adrian fenty and vincent gray faced off this morning. who would bring the strongest leadership to 9 office. >> reporter: the candidates were asked 16 questions and given a minute to respond. they were allowed to ask each other a question. the answer that stood out had to do with crime fighting strategies. ethics in government and who was willing to admit mistakes. >> i don't agree those have been struck down by the courts and they are not my crime fighting strategy. i support them wholeheartedly because the
story from is bridget. welcome back. i want to play one more side from the cnn interview. i think this goes to the heart of what the imam is saying brigitte. which is, we don't get the mosque americans you better be ready for an attack. here's what said. >> i don't mean it that way. i meant it that the danger from the radicals in the muslim world to our national security, to the national security of our troops. i have a niece who works in the army in iraq, concern for american citizens who live and work and travel overseas will be compromised if the radicals are strengthened and if we do move it will strengthen the argument of the radicals to recruit, their ability to recruit and their increasing aggression, violence against our country. >> sean: you said the same to me earlier. you said there will be smoke, there will be fire. 70% of americans don't want this mossing built. you are saying if that mosque is not built america can expect attacks? >> sean, it depends on how you look at this. this mosque for some odd reason it is not a mosque, it is a community center. i believe that'
of bellard's brother, his wife bridget is don brooks sister. so darrell bellard is accused of murdering his brother's niece and nephew. >> it is still unclear if the state's attorney will pursue the death penalty. new maryland law requires dna connecting the suspect to the crime, a videotape of a crime being chit anded or a videotape -- committed or a videotape confession for a capital murder tape. >>> is this man really paul mccartney? one director doesn't think so and his conspiracy theory film debuts here tonight. >>> and the urge to shop but don't have the cash? we have tips to help you get high end merchandise at bargain basement prices. >>> and a new study says your hair can tell your doctor when you're about to suffer a heart attack, the warning signs coming up. d ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] bursting with mouth-watering real fruit and refreshingly blended with creamy, low-fat yogurt. mcdonald's new strawberry banana and wildberry smoothies are 100% pure sipping fun. the simple joy of real fruit smoothies. ♪ >>> that the voice of the beatles george harrison confessing to a coverup
'd be a dead ringer. no! which one is bridget fonda and which one is jennifer jason leigh. i don't know what's going on sdmm! >> we're going to be talking about that a little bit more later on in this hour. >>> first, we have to bring you this. today's stone cold stupid criminal. check out the guy at the convenience store. he first basically looks at the surveillance camera and then he puts on the darth vader mask, then he puts it on. this is at a convenience store near detroit. this is one of the world's dumbest criminals. thanks to his unintended mugshot, they expect to catch him in short order. >>> give on the chance, would you fly to outer space? boeing is getting ready to get into the space tourism business and they hope to win a nasa contract to take astronauts into the international space station. it will have seven seats, room potentially for space tourists to go along. the costs is estimated to be in the tens of millions of dollars. is that for the space capsule or how much to fly? tens of millions of dollars? no can do. >>> a big night in the nation's capital last night for the red
is scheduled for this morning at 11:00 a.m.. in novato and bridget carr, who mark kron 4 news. >> the 16 year-old who was behind the wheel will face charges as a juvenile. the team is charged with vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated and felony the you why. he will appear in court next week because of his age his name is not being released if convicted he may go to jail until he is 18 years old. san jose agency is falling on hard time the agency laid off 20% of its staff as rubber reports that means fewer dollars for the your projects. >> this is a tough economy right now. >> from city hall redevelopment pointed out several projects for which there will be no funding any time soon. >> all large list of projects we cartel that. street improvement projects downtown we will not do. we cut back on staffing. we've cut 14 positions this year on top of 25 positions last year. >> falling tax revenues and the loss of millions the layoffs mean the brand new community center opening this weekend will be the last built-in set was a for many years to come. >> we hope as the economy improves. we're loo
estimate that but bridget we estimated that by the end of 2010, a stimulus package like the recovery act would raise real gdp by about 3.5% and employment by about 3.5 million jobs, relative to what otherwise would of occurred. as the council of economic advisers has documented in a series of reports to congress, there is widespread agreement that the act is broadly on track to meet those milestones. the nonpartisan congressional budget office, cea's own estimates, and estimates for range of respected private sector analysis suggests that the act has already raised employment by approximately 3 million jobs relative to what it what it already been. what the act has not done is prevent unemployment from going above 8%, something else that jared and i projected it would do. the reason that that prediction was so far off is implicit in much of what i have just been saying this afternoon. an estimate of what the economy will look like if the policies adopted contains two components, forecast of what would happen in the absence of the policy and an estimate of the effect of the policy. as i'v
the ministers. a few years ago bridget a few weeks ago i went to -- a few weeks ago i went to iraq and saw the is very different picture. i was able to talk to students in universities and there were 400 factories turning out to a developing country. then you see a different perspective on afghanistan. i think it genuine progress is being made in the capability of after and to government now. i think the military efforts now under way are certainly making progress. i think it is now very important that the prime minister often stresses that a political process take away, that it is possible for it to take place as well. nobody thinks there is a military-only solution to the problem in afghanistan. is it right than to say by 2015 our forces will not be engaged in military operations? i think it is. because by then been we will have been engaged in a much longer time it is consistent with the internationally agreed position, reinforced that the kabul conference, that afghanistan military should proceed with all services by the end of 2015. and they're fighting ahead of schedule and numbers.
be going out? >> elle mcpherson looks great, reese witherspoon, this is a big trend. bridget is the original who wore in saint tropez in the '60s. a lot of women are aphrase of hour zo horizontal stripes. there's one out there for everyone. >> she's wearing a nautical stripe tom from loft that's $45. she has beautiful curves. if you have curves you want to choose a narrower stripe. we paired them with a skinny jean from old navy, it's $20. it's called the diva jean. >> what is it? >> $20, the diva jean from old navy. >> $20 jeans? >> yeah. >> the sweater is important, too. >> it hits below the hip and covers her buck. you pair it with a red shoe. i love a red accent. >> adorable. >> thank you. >> military sheik is on the runways. >> that comes around every couple years. >> it comes in and out. it's definitely big news this fall. we saw it all over the runways, but a lot of women are intimidated by it. this is how to get the military trend. >> this is the girl from goss"gp gir girl". >> do you have to be of that age to pull it off? >> that tall and thin. >> absolutely not. we
glasses and she would be a dead ringer. oh, my god, no. which one is bridget fonda? which one is jennifer jason lee? i don't know what's going on. >> boy, a lot of material there. >> christine mcdonnell. >> o'donnell -- >> being make en fun of. good morning, welcome to a special edition of "morning joe." we're live at the national mall in front of the capitol building. if you're watching, you probably know what that big thing behind me is. >> it's so great to be here. >> we're not the only ones here. >> no. a lot of folks here today. congress returned to town this week facing daunting decisions and an increasingly restless nation. the big question, can washington pass legislation before the 2010 election that will begin to get america back to work. >> we'll be talking to republicans and democrats to see if they can make progress before what barack obama called the silly season -- >> right, it's back. >> obviously back, in some states more than others. >> oh, now. >> actually there's a little bit of hope for compromise on taxes. yesterday you had the majority leader, steny hoyer, talking a
me of the story about charlotte homes and dr. watson who were on a camping trip. bridget sherlock holmes. they crawled into their tent and went to sleep. several hours later, holmes awoke with these words. "tell me what you see." watson said, i see millions and millions of stars. "what does that tell you?" "that there are potentially billions of planets. it and the time is approximately a quarter past three." "what does it tell you?" "watson, you idiot, someone has stolen our tent." [laughter] well, watson had of his facts right, but he missed the big picture, because he was not focused on what changed. there has been a dramatic and drastic change in the nuclear threat. if we or the russians followed the advice of unreformed cold war strategy, both our tents are likely to be stolen in the years ahead. a strong non-party vote in favor of the new start treaty could create a new and much needed non-partisan foundation to nuclear arms reduction. i am cautiously optimistic that this important and modest step will be taken. the third near term challenges the adoption of a new nato strat
to get involved? >> i have to under 50 schools in my district. i go any time on invited. bridget i have a 250 schools. the city came in to see new juvenile dive -- juvenile diabetes. we do not know if it is ok to bring a politician in. a lot of citigroup's will not allow elected officials to speak. it is a challenge. how you influence the people you go to church with for the people you go bowling with or the people you play bridge with or the people that you work with the community volunteer to get interested in keeping this country great? it is a challenge. i appreciate your question very much. ok. we have time for one more before the lights go off. >> , on up. we appreciate you have done for this community. what i want to say for you is i do not think that people here feel so alone. the first time i can to orange beach was to fish. i do not have much confidence in how we run the legislature. somebody in the congress needs to get a movement going like the tea party or something. we need to band together to create. they go do what they want to anyway. i think that is right. i voted twic
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